TERA welcomes new players with a video guide

    
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Every MMO has its own quirks that other games simply don’t possess, and TERA is no exception. Sure, you’re familiar with the basics of logging on to a game client and naming your character, but there are parts of the game that new players just aren’t going to know about. That’s why the game is offering a guide to new players in video format just below.

For veteran players, it’s all going to be very familiar, but those new to the game – or even former players who have been gone for a while – may find new information therein. Check out the full video down below; it’s not terribly long, and it has plenty of action shots along the way.

Source: En Masse Entertainment press release
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lanzceseirra
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lanzceseirra

meltedskul DarkWombat B&S is similar to GW2, no trinity what so ever.. <_< >_> i say both will just do fine… .

palejens
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palejens

They didnt mention if they had a streaming client or not. I cant justify downloading stuff for three dayd to try it out for an hour. Spanish internet is muy lento.

Landari_Omega
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Landari_Omega

I enjoyed TERA for a while before the themepark sickness set in. The combat system is pretty damn good but everything else about it is basically the same as in any other MMO.

ManastuUtakata
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ManastuUtakata

Damonvile Greaterdivinity ManastuUtakata 
*”emershion”

cheesybites76
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cheesybites76

Mochaccino And how much PvE content will BnS launch with?  We have no idea, yet.  If NCWest screws up and launches BnS with the paltry content that the previous versions of BnS contained, it won’t last long on these Western shores.  I played the Cn version for a long time, and sorry, but 2 or 3 dungeons don’t exactly comprise end-game content.

Damonvile
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Damonvile

Greaterdivinity ManastuUtakata The tera complaint about that stuff always makes me laugh..well “immersion” always makes me laugh or maybe sneer at the screen. But those items are being bought by the people playing and paying for the game. The complaints about them always come from random forum poster who doesn’t play or pay but thinks the game should be help up to their higher standards of what’s acceptable in a game.

cheesybites76
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cheesybites76

TERA is not a bad game IMO, I mean the combat is just phenomenal, and really, do any of us really care about repetitive questing anymore?  Come on, like we haven’t seen that before!
I’ve tried to like this game 3 or 4 times, just never could get past the elitist community that demands that you be +12 or +15 or +325 or whatever the new “line” is to do anything in a group.
PUGs ftw! No gear demands, dammit!

Greaterdivinity
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Greaterdivinity

NobleNerd Why is that sad? The game needs money to stay alive, and folks clearly want a lot of this stuff for their characters in-game. Seems like a win/win to me.
How is game design compromised? How does this impact the lore, which is a rather minor element and is poorly presented in Tera?

Greaterdivinity
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Greaterdivinity

ManastuUtakata Sure, I don’t see why not. There’s more than enough silliness when in town anyways between general chat being filled with painfully OoC discussion and people doing ridiculous stuff with their characters.
I mean, did anyone ever expect emershion in Tera? It’s a game that’s largely built on a fanservice element rather than some big serious story a la ESO or SWTOR or something.

ManastuUtakata
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ManastuUtakata

Greaterdivinity BigJohnny1982 
They should have cop cars running around on ESO then. Maybe have a plug you can ride ’em around in Skyrim too…
…oh what’s that, “All things in moderation?” Just saying.